Spring 2019 Events

The awards were initiated by the Pamplin Society, which was re-activated in 2016 to enhance alumni engagement by recognizing alumni contributions.

The Pamplin Advisory Council meeting was held in Richmond at Troutman Sanders LLP and hosted by Jake Lutz (FIN ’78), PAC vice president/president-elect and a partner at Troutman Sanders.

Management faculty member Reed Kennedy led 11 students on a two-week trip in January to India and the United Arab Emirates to study business, culture, and leadership.

Fall 2018 Events

BASIS students visited 11 companies in the financial services industry in New York City in September. The companies included Goldman Sachs, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Citibank, and RBC Capital Markets. The program was initiated by finance professor George Morgan and arranged by BASIS student

Business Horizons in September attracted more than 150 companies and 700 company representatives, with record attendance of more than 2,900 students. Top employers of Pamplin graduates are: Deloitte, KPMG, EY, Accenture, PWC, Capital One, CGI, Marriott, Freddie Mac, and IBM. Pamplin’s majors are routinely among

Pamplin kicked off the school year with the annual picnic for students, faculty, staff, and their families on the lawn of the Holtzman Alumni Center.

Student teams from Chile and Germany won big at the finale of the 2018 Virginia Tech Global Entrepreneur Challenge in August. Chile’s Universidad Adolfo Ibañez won the $30,000 grand prize for its concept of a biomedical device for people with essential tremor and Parkinson’s disease.

Pamplin students spend summer studying business, cultural differences in China, Europe.